Well on the one hand, yeah, because it had been very successful and you have the philosophy of "if it ain't broke, don't fix it." But on the other hand, I felt – and Vince [McMahon] felt as well – that the character had progressed as far as it was going to be able to. Interestingly, probably the only people who were really 100 percent behind that decision were myself and the guy that really counts, which is Vince. There were some trepidations, of course, but again, it was a great opportunity and what it did was that it almost became separate characters. I think the opportunities that it presented as far as breathing an entirely new life and direction into Kane mitigated whatever fears that we had – and, of course, we could always put the mask back on.